Smoking banned in_plublic

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Smoking banned in_plublic

  1. 1. Kay G.9B
  2. 2. Smoking is should be banned in public because thesmoking effect everyone not only the person that smoke.The second hand smoke is the biggest problem that otherpeople get so we want to Banned the Smoking in public.Smoking make a lot of effect to the people like cancer andcancer is the biggest effect and the most dangerous effect.
  3. 3. About 100,000 people in the UK die each year due to smoking.Smoking-related deaths are mainly due to cancers, chronic obstructivepulmonary disease (COPD) and heart disease. About half of all smokers die from smoking-related diseases. If you area long-term smoker, on average, your life expectancy is about 10 years lessthan a non-smoker. Put another way, in the UK about 8 in 10 non-smokers livepast the age of 70, but only about half of long-term smokers live past 70. Theyounger you are when you start smoking, the more likely you are to smokefor longer and to die early from smoking. Many smoking-related deaths are not quick deaths. For example, if youdevelop COPD you can expect several years of illness and distressingsymptoms before you die. Smoking increases the risk of developing a number of other diseases(listed below). Many of these may not be fatal, but they can cause years ofunpleasant symptoms.
  4. 4. Facts on Second Hand Smoke (Inhaling smoke from another person’s tobaccosmoke) • An estimated 46,000 deaths from heart disease in people who are currently non-smokers • About 3,400 lung cancer deaths as a result of breathing secondhand smoke • Other breathing problems in non-smokers, including coughing, mucus, chest discomfort, and reduced lung function • 50,000 to 300,000 lung infections (such as pneumonia and bronchitis) in children younger than 18 months of age, which result in 7,500 to 15,000 hospitalizations annually • Increases in the number and severity of asthma attacks in about 200,000 to 1 million children who have asthma • More than 750,000 middle ear infections in children • Pregnant women exposed to secondhand smoke are also at increased risk of having low birth- weight babies. • Tobacco smoke contains over 4,000 chemical compounds. More than 60 of these are known or suspected to cause cancer
  5. 5. - Lung cancer- Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)- Heart disease- Circulation- Other Cancer- Sexual problems- Rheumatoid arthritis- Ageing- Fertility- Menopause- Other conditions where smoking often causes worsesymptoms- Smoking increases the risk of developing various otherconditions
  6. 6. The way to protect smoking in public if we cant bannedit... We should have a place to Smoke to let the Smokerknow and you can have a rule you cant smoke here thatsgoing to help the smoker know "OK i going to smoke in theplace that arrive to smoke"
  7. 7. We want to banned because we dont to leteveryone that doesnt smoking not get an effect fromsmoking. We have to help each other not smoking inpublic it is the best way to banned not use the legal tobanned it.
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